forms programs today include electronic and Internet forms. These forms
are generally developed with cooperation among forms professionals and
Information Processing (IT) professionals. They frequently use a variety
of programming languages and techniques, including Visual Basic, VB
There is a definite trend in many organizations to assign forms
development responsibility to the IT Department. The continued growth of
eForms and iForms, as well as eCommerce and eGovernment, will accelerate
these changes in organization.
This section contains definitions, articles, white papers, examples,
sample code, vendor articles and more -- designed to de-mystify IT and
improve skills and communications for forms developers and IT personnel.
Confused by all the jargon? In his article, The
Many Languages of Internet Forms,
Franklin Garner, President of Amgraf, Inc. explains common web
technologies and shows examples of each in the accompanying iForms
recommend you view The Many Languages of Internet
Forms first and then go to the iForms
Building an Efficient Forms Portal presentation, and accompanying
article, provides an insight into forms deployment.